|"Life After You", by Daughtry|
Chris Daughtry wrote the song with Nickelback vocalist Chad Kroeger. Two versions of the original version exist: an album version and a music video version with the crowd cheering at the end. "Life After You" debuted at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 the chart week of December 19, 2009, and has since moved up to number 36. It has already reached number 5 on Adult Pop Songs (formerly known as the Adult Top 40), making it the band's seventh consecutive top-ten hit there. It has spent a total of 62 weeks at number 1 on the Rock Digital Songs chart, making it the longest song at number 1, beating their own record of 23 weeks set with "It's Not Over".
The single had sold 890,000 digital downloads as of January 2011.On the issue dated February 27, 2010, "Life After You" became the group's seventh top-forty hit on the Canadian Hot 100, peaking at number thirty-nine, later rising to thirty-four. On the Billboard Hot 100, Daughtry scored their seventh top-40 single with this song.